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Research data: NAMIBIA
2016 What works to achieve good outcomes in HIV and AIDS workplace initiatives: Namibia country report
This report brings together practical examples of workplaces that have made a difference in achieving good outcomes through their HIV and AI...Download this report
The paper explores approaches to cultural diversity and its relation to the concept of social cohesion in the context of a multicultural sch...
2016 Namibian national survey of research and experimental development: analysis and statistical report: 2013/14
The data contained in this report is important as it helps in understanding the size and shape of the Namibia R&D landscape and their use in...Download this report
We estimate changes in the distribution of household consumption expenditure in Namibia since independence in 1990 and the effects on povert...